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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    A.K.A Goodwinner Goodwinm's Avatar
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    Press ups without feet touching floor (anybody seen this guy?)

    Ive been trying to do "only two handed press ups" But i just cant seem to do it. Requires an awesome amount of balance, strength and coordination. Check this guy out. He's probs rele lightweight but damn.

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    *is in awe*

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    Hes got sick core strength.

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    Ive seen this guy. His upper body strength is just amazing.

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    http://www.killsometime.com/Video/video.asp?ID=52 I've had this in my AIM info for like 2 years, that's so funny that you posted that link. His name is Junior, my friend actually did some break dancing with him out in Seattle. I heard he puts up over 400 on bench, granted he's pretty short.
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    nice planges - few kids that were on gymnastics with me could do them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DGabe24
    http://www.killsometime.com/Video/video.asp?ID=52 I've had this in my AIM info for like 2 years, that's so funny that you posted that link. His name is Junior, my friend actually did some break dancing with him out in Seattle. I heard he puts up over 400 on bench, granted he's pretty short.
    Beat me to it gabe, =) Yeah that guy's basicly my idol =(

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    Hes got strong fingers

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    just to add i use to watch alot of his break dancing on the net. If you notice his arms are longer than most people in ratio to his body.
    I believe the term is "twarf" people with longer arms than there legs.
    Its quite amazing what he can do and most people will never be able to do it because of genetics permitting
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    Quote Originally Posted by ederon
    just to add i use to watch alot of his break dancing on the net. If you notice his arms are longer than most people in ratio to his body.
    I believe the term is "twarf" people with longer arms than there legs.
    Its quite amazing what he can do and most people will never be able to do it because of genetics permitting
    I can nearly (well the pres up thing)
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    He looks like he is under 5 feet tall. I don't think he's human. He is chimp-like.

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    hasn't he got one leg? I heard that he had a prosthetic leg so built up his arms loads. It's called a planche. I can just about do it (gymnastics!)

    A friend of mine can push from a planche to a handstand with no bounce.

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    wow that is crazy strength
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    I bet it makes for fun times when the ladies enter the bedroom..

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    check this guy out: he has a bone disorder meaning he has low mucle mass in his legs, but check out the upper body strength (he is a breakdancer too)


    http://www.devilducky.com/media/40715/

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBB26
    check this guy out: he has a bone disorder meaning he has low mucle mass in his legs, but check out the upper body strength (he is a breakdancer too)


    http://www.devilducky.com/media/40715/
    wow. he throws himself around like he's a damn doll!!
    Awesome strength!
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    Yea that's Junior and yea he does have a prosthetic leg. If you wanna see some REAL planches, check out Krazy Kujo. NO b-boy was doin planches before kujo. Anyway I can planche myself, trust me its not really strength, just balance and controled weight distribution. B-boying does give the illusion of brute strength, but really all it is is controled momentum, balance, and proper weight distribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzBboy
    Yea that's Junior and yea he does have a prosthetic leg. If you wanna see some REAL planches, check out Krazy Kujo. NO b-boy was doin planches before kujo. Anyway I can planche myself, trust me its not really strength, just balance and controled weight distribution. B-boying does give the illusion of brute strength, but really all it is is controled momentum, balance, and proper weight distribution.
    and strength....
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    Deadlift: 180kg x 3 (396lbs) Raw - 14.12.13
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    Barbell Military Press: 85kg (187lbs) Raw- 31.01.14
    Barbell Push Press: 100kg (220lbs) Raw- 31.01.14

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